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    Default allow a denied registry change

    While installing an update for windows media player, I denied some changes that didn't seem legit, not knowing if they were from WMP or not. I guess they were legit and now WMP doesn't start up. How can I re-allow a registry change that I denied?

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    Hello,
    you must re apply the update and now you accept the change registry

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    Hi,
    No, you don't have to redownload the update.
    Do the following:Right click Tea Resident and select ''Settings''.Click on the extreme left-hand tab at the top and your denied registry change will show.
    Then just click on the X to reverse your denial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babac View Post
    Hi,
    No, you don't have to redownload the update.
    Do the following:Right click Tea Resident and select ''Settings''.Click on the extreme left-hand tab at the top and your denied registry change will show.
    Then just click on the X to reverse your denial.
    hes correct, click blocked registry changes and click the x on the ones u want to be asked again. there u go!
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